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"Student Voices: From Ferguson to Portland" is cosponsored by USM's School of Social Work, Women & Gender Studies, Multicultural Student Affairs and the NAACP.
photo of musicians by Valeri Nistratov
Don't miss the latest Maine Museum of Photograph Arts exhibition in the Glickman Family Library. Photographer Valeri Nistratov will discuss his work at 6 p.m., Thursday, October 2.
Image of red bird and Confucius Institute logo
Learn more about USM's Confucius Institute and celebrate its first anniversary with us on Friday, September 26.
Dr. Michael Collins
USM alumnus Micky Collins is now a leader in the field of sport-related concussion. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and biology from USM and played baseball for the Huskies
Congratulations Benjamin Martin, Dana Hayward, and Matthew Swan!
The NEACAC College Fair is coming to the Gorham Campus on Sunday, September 28.
Left to right: Maine Senator Rebecca Millett (D-Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Scarborough), Maine Senator Dick Woodbury (I-Chebeague Island, Cumberland, Falmouth, Gray, Long Island, North Yarmouth and Yarmouth), and Maine Senate President Justin Alfond (D-Portland)
Members of the Maine legislature joined students, professors, staff and other volunteers calling USM students who had not yet signed up for classes this fall. Seventy-seven students enrolled for classes as a result of calls made from Portland and LAC.
female student moving into a residence hall
USM welcome returning students to campus and wishes the Class of 2016 a year filled with wonder.
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Celebrate the opening of USM's Cyber Security Lab on August 28!
President Flanagan's new leadership team will guide USM through a critical transition. The restructured team will save nearly $135,000 in administrative salaries

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